This foundation course is designed to prepare you for a health science related undergraduate degree at one of our university partners.
This programme will help you to:
- Develop your academic English language and study skills
- Strengthen your understanding of biology, chemistry and maths
- Gain an understanding of studying in a UK university including research methods, critical thinking and UK university teaching styles
- Settle into the UK and an academic environment before starting your studies at our partner universities
- For students who are preparing to go to a UK university who need both English language and academic skills
- For students interested in studying a health science related degree after the Foundation.
The academic content in maths, physics and biology and chemistry should adequately prepare students for study in the following subject areas:
- Occupational therapy
- Paramedic science
- Sports and exercise science
Start your course at any of our three centres in September and January depending on your level of English.
- Use our advisors to assist you in selecting and applying for university courses
- Receive your university offer letter
- Study General English and Academic English and skills, critical thinking and UK academic culture as well as subject specific modules
- Complete coursework and prepare for the final examinations
- Progress to university
|Semester 1||English Language||Socio-Cultural Studies||Study Skills||Critical Thinking|
|Semester 2||Academic English||Introduction to Physics||Introduction to Biology||Introduction to Chemistry||Mathematics|
You will be able to:
- Communicate effectively in English in a range of everyday and academic situations, in verbal and written formats
- Engage effectively with a broad range of themes in the subjects of biology and physics
- Demonstrate an awareness of different approaches to academic study
- Apply numeracy skills in academic contexts
- Develop the skills necessary for autonomous learning
- Meet the minimum English language and academic skills requirements for your chosen degree programme
- Settle into UK university
- Different course durations depending on your English language level
- Successful completion of the course guarantees you acceptance to one of our 18 partner universities
- Quality teaching by dedicated and specialised teachers
- Practical lessons giving you all the skills and language required for you university studies
- Full time course, averaging 24 hours per week contact time
- Assistance in applying to any of our partner universities with trained advisors
- Regular assessment and testing to check progress
- Regular personal tutorials
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Enjoy the diverse range of attractions on offer across London, Nottingham and Birmingham. You and your classmates can go on different trips, outings and events in the cities while practising your English.